Douglas County prosecutors have filed four counts of aggravated assault against a 21-year-old Eudora man who was accused of pointing a handgun at people in another vehicle Sunday afternoon while traveling west on Kansas Highway 10 between Lawrence and Eudora.
Sgt. Steve Lewis, a Douglas County Sheriff’s office spokesman, said four Lawrence residents reported to officers they saw the suspect with the handgun while they were driving past his vehicle. No one was injured.
Officers later arrested Jordan R. Noble, and prosecutors Monday filed against him four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon plus one misdemeanor count of driving while suspended, according to court records. Noble was taken to Douglas County Jail Sunday evening, and he appeared in court Monday afternoon when a judge set his bond at $7,500.